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Twenty more people have died of COVID-19 in a 72-hour period in B.C., the provincial Ministry of Health announced Monday.
A B.C. agency that provides outdoor safety training is concerned about a social media post that’s spreading misinformation.
With the window for public feedback closing on B.C.’s incoming paid sick leave policy, supporters gathered at the legislature in Victoria on Monday to send a message to government.
There were 1,618 new cases and 20 deaths reported in B.C. since Friday.
An official with the Canadian Coast Guard says an opportunity is expected Monday evening for crews to board a container ship smouldering off the coast of Victoria.
A protester with Extinction Rebellion Nanaimo was arrested by RCMP at the Nanaimo Airport after he jumped a fence and entered the tarmac on Monday.
Return-It is always working to increase B.C. recycling rates, and with its Express & GO solar-powered drop-off stations, it's making it easier than ever to recycle.
Ignoring calls from a union representing teachers in British Columbia, the provincial government is sticking to its plan for vaccine mandates to be put in place at the district level, issuing guidelines directed to school boards thinking about imposing such requirements.
Legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk is a now an executive producer for a film about a residential school survivor.
A man from northern B.C. is speaking out to urge vaccination against COVID-19 as his pregnant wife clings to life in a hospital ICU some 1,200 kilometres from home.
A series of multimillion-dollar home sales involving the same Vancouver property is raising eyebrows.
The appeal of a B.C. mother convicted of second-degree murder in the death of an eight-year-old girl has been dismissed.